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Tue Aug 18, 2020 7:19 pm
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

The number of points on a line must be bigger than Lambda What is Lambda? Is this what you were earlier calling Li, and what Cantor called Ω? otherwise we are dealing with a contradiction: Consider a line of length X. Consider that the largest integer number also exist, so-called Lambda. No largest...
Tue Aug 18, 2020 9:51 am
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

bahman wrote: Tue Aug 18, 2020 9:37 am By Li I mean the biggest number, bigger than all trinsfinte. There is no number bigger than this. This number exists according to Cantor.
How does Cantor's idea of the absolute infinite, which he thought was God, bear on the discussion of points on a line?
Tue Aug 18, 2020 2:10 am
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

To identify each point as a number is to equivocate 0 to 1 given the point is absent of any qualities. If you prefer, each point is identical and we associate it with the number that is the location of the point. So there is a point at 2, and a point at pi, and a point at 47, and so forth. You are ...
Mon Aug 17, 2020 5:24 am
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

I should have said that consider that a line exists and is made of points. Euclid said that 2300 years ago; and contemporary mathematics regards the real line as made of points, each point identified by a real number. So we know this. Li according to matematician exists. They call it absoulte inste...
Sun Aug 16, 2020 2:10 am
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

RCSaunders wrote: Sun Aug 16, 2020 1:13 am I didn't say you were wrong. I was just pointing out the irony of what you wrote relative to so many claims made by others around Philosophy Now,
What did I write? Your post quoted the OP, not me.
Sat Aug 15, 2020 10:56 pm
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

= Wow. You are going to make half of the world's philosophers' heads explode. All their lives they've been certain that a negative cannot be proved and along you come and assert, "the biggest integer does not exist?" If you can prove the biggest integer does not exist you will have proved all those...
Thu Aug 13, 2020 1:22 am
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

ps -- I don't mean to sound critical. Let me tell you where I'm coming from. I studied some math back in the day. Here's what I know. The mathematical continuum is taken to be the real number line. It has uncountably many points. On it are the integers, the positive and negative and zero whole numbe...
Wed Aug 12, 2020 10:39 pm
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

Without any end or beginning. The integers have no end and no beginning. They cannot possibly form a continuum. Do you understand this point? Even the rationals, which have no end and no beginning but do have a dense order, can not possibly form a continuum. You are talking about infinitude. I am s...
Tue Aug 11, 2020 7:48 pm
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

If a line is made of points then it is reasonable so say that line cannot be constructed from something which has size zero, point, unless the number of points are boundless. What does boundless mean? The number of integers is "boundless" in the sense of being infinite; but countably many points ca...
Mon Aug 10, 2020 11:46 pm
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Continuum
Replies: 105
Views: 3465

### Re: Continuum

Any continuous thing is divisible to the point. It is continuous because the biggest integer does not exist. What does "divisible to the point" mean? If you divide a nonzero length in half you get a nonzero length, always. Never a zero-length point. Your claim appears false on its face without furt...
Mon Aug 03, 2020 7:54 am
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: Two times
Replies: 5
Views: 357

### Re: Two times

Thu Jul 30, 2020 10:49 pm
Forum: Political Philosophy
Topic: The Limits of Hate and the Post-Modern Gamble
Replies: 1
Views: 165

### Re: The Limits of Hate and the Post-Modern Gamble

Build the wall ... of text!
Thu Jul 30, 2020 4:18 am
Forum: Philosophy of Science
Topic: High physics died
Replies: 10
Views: 1039

### Re: High physics died

How can we (Einstein) claim that matter / antimatter or antimatter / antimatter are (automatically) gravitationally attracted and build on it whole physics? It was Newton who had the profound insight that every mass in the universe attracts ever other mass. Einstein merely provided a more refined m...
Tue Jul 28, 2020 7:43 am
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Seeking Logical Mathematic Coaching Assistance
Replies: 2
Views: 340

### Re: Seeking Logical Mathematic Coaching Assistance

paper that discusses the future of Mobile Computing. I have a couple of general comments. Aren't you missing all the marketing aspects? In other words let's take for granted that mobile devices will get smaller and more clever. In fact just today Apple released their new computer glasses and everyo...
Sun Mar 29, 2020 11:36 pm
Forum: Logic and Philosophy of Mathematics
Topic: Any geometrical form, infinitesimal/fractal and then point
Replies: 59
Views: 6440

### Re: Any geometrical form, infinitesimal/fractal and then point

bahman wrote: Sun Mar 29, 2020 10:44 pm It depends on how 6 entities interact.
Where are you getting this stuff from? Don't you know how to divide 6 by 2?